See Finalists for the 2016 EyeEm Photography Awards

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This year the annual contest received 270,000 submissions from photographers located in 150+ countries. These submissions were then whittled down by a jury that included the likes of Sarah Leen from National Geographic magazine, Michael Christopher Brown of Magnum Photos, and Lars Boering of World Press Photo. The 100 shortlisted images will be on display during the 2016 EyeEm Photography Festival in Berlin, where the overall winner will also be announced.

“PUNK” @ Michael Hoppen Gallery

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The Michael Hoppen Gallery in conjunction with REX SHUTTERSTOCK is delighted to present PUNK, an exhibition of vintage press prints that document the rise of punk culture in 1970s Britain. Many of the prints included are suitably distressed, with an object quality and intensity that encapsulates the movement.

Giles Duley: One Second of Light

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Life is all about how we handle the hard stuff and photographer Giles Duley handles the hard stuff in a remarkable way. He has managed to turn the challenges of losing his limbs into a way of connecting with his subjects.

The Last Days of Death by Audio

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Flipping through the photos gathered in “We’ve Come So Far: The Last Days of Death by Audio,” a book by the Turkish-born music photographer Ebru Yildiz, can drag up knotty yet telling contradictions. Between 2005 and 2014, the Williamsburg venue stood as an invaluable cocoon for a fragile community of young New York musicians, and a warm corner of the city for visiting bands

Strategies for Sensitive Visual Storytelling Panel

This special panel moderated by ViewFind’s Lead Photo Editor Andrea Wise explores some of the delicate issues that arise when making bodies of work on sensitive topics. The panel consists of NYC-based ViewFind contributors including Dorie Hagler, Michael Santiago, Jonah Markowitz, and Radcliffe (Ruddy) Roy.

Polly Gaillard: December and Everything After

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Polly Gaillard has a new project, December and Everything After exploring the difficult terrain of documenting aging and ill parents. It’s a formidable decision to turn the camera on loved ones in weakened and diminished states, but the result helps in understanding the end of life and allows for a deeper connection to our loved ones by bearing witness to the precious passage of time.

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